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    Re: Fun with Nikon Z

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    Kehaulani, 11 months, daughter of friends. Z7, 50 1.8S
    Did you soften skin and masked out eyes?

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Z

    Nope, but thanks for asking. Taken in natural light in my living room. Opened the shadows and levels a bit in ACR.
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Z

    The versatile Z 50mm 1.8S.
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    Re: Fun with Nikon Z

    Chinese Lantern Festival at Magnolia Plantation. This is the porcelain dragon. All the scales are dinner plates (!) and the dragon is the length of a (American) football field. Z7, 24-70 f4 S.
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    Z7 - 24-70/4 S on the beach... as usual, the camera you have with you and all that. 28mm f/4, 1/20s, ISO 560. (I like to shoot in M mode and use auto ISO for auto exposure.) St Petersburg, FL. Slightly rotated in DxO PL2, because apparently I'm incapable of keeping the horizon straight. A slight GND in post and color adjusted in Nik tools' Viveza 2. DxO Prime noise removal (which is like magic, though slow).



    35/1.8 S indoors. f/4 1/20 ISO 80.

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    Z7 + 300 PF, B+W Kaesemann polarizer
    1/90s f/4 ISO 450



    Another 300 PF... f/5.6 1/60 ISO 250. Should have stopped this down a bit more...

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    crowded twilight-mood in the wood this afternoon..





    Nikon Z7 with 70-200/4G ED at iso 2500 1/200 f4 at 200mm VR on IBIS on EFCS on through C1 20 Pro



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    Re: Fun with Nikon Z

    Nikon Z7 with 2.8/24-70 in Rauris Salzburg







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    Re: Fun with Nikon Z

    These are from Kristallwelten (Swarovski) Tyrol

    the Z7 works also magnificently with high ISO




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    Re: Fun with Nikon Z

    This Pano was shot today high noon - a stich of 4 photos.

    I know a Pano does not come that great on forum sites, but anyway, enjoy.

    This is the view from our balcony in Zell am See!


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    Re: Fun with Nikon Z

    Haferlekar Innsbruck (North Chain) with Z7 and S 2.8/24-70

    I was skiing this Seilbahnrinne down myself some long time ago (won't tell you how long - well it was during Winter Olympics in 1976 and I was still studying at Technical University Vienna at that time ...)

    Great to see that place again after so many years but I would definitely not ski down again today!




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